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Lisa Gualtieri and Justin Palmer of Herbivor Farm.

City folk can try farming thanks to new program

Lisa Gualtieri and Justin Palmer had mused about becoming organic farmers. To take the giant leap of throwing everything into a farm as amateurs, though, was a daunting proposition. Enter Just Food’s Start-Up Farm Program. Currently winding down its first year, Ottawa’s very first Start-Up Farm Program provides participants with access to land, shared infrastructure/equipment, […]

Photo courtesy of Claude Marquis

Portraits of an Artist – Claude Marquis Returns to the Canvas

For the people who comprise his community of supporters – friends, fans, peers, patrons – the question has lingered whether local artist Claude Marquis would ever paint again. His star had been on the rise from the mid-90s to the early ‘00s, so it came as a surprise when sometime after his critically-acclaimed “Nature Boy” […]

Photo provided by Ivana Borojevic (aka Eva Bee)

Cooking & Cracking Wise on the Web: Welcome to Eva Bee’s Jamboree

Once upon a time, when she was wrapping up a degree in environmental science, Ivana Borojevic (aka Eva Bee) had an idea for a show that would inspire folks to eat locally and have fun with their food. Five years later, Eva Bee’s Jamboree was born as a web series featuring Eva in various kitchens […]

Capital City Cabaret poster

This Saturday, Ottawa’s bum rap gets a slap (and a tickle)

Any lingering reputations of being a sleepy town will get spanked this weekend when Ottawa hosts the Capital City Cabaret – a “menagerie of misfits” showcasing performance art from burlesque, boylesque and gorlesque (edgy horror-influenced routines), to sideshow, acrobatics, comedy, Poi, and yes, the classic strip tease. Her name is Veronica, but you can call […]

Album Art Courtesy of High Waters

“Gather Wish,” the debut EP from local band High Waters, is neither obvious nor shy

Do they even make records like this anymore? The debut release of Ottawa-based High Waters (previously incarnated as Life in 2D) embodies the band’s proud defiance of “static genres.” This music falls confidently between rocks – part indie, part classic, part experimental. If you’re desperate for comparisons before taking a listen, think Coldplay meets Hawksley Workman (sorry, High Waters). A […]

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